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2020 OLYMPICS: Can London, host of the 2012 Games, be ready if the Coronavirus prevents holding them in Tokyo this summer? Or split the sports up, sai...

Thursday, February 20, 2020

TFE LIVE #262: Paul Callahan, Luther Carpenter, Paul Cayard, Jack Gierhart, Jon Partridge (GBR), Katie Pettibone, Josh Toso and Bernie Wilson were gue...

Monday, February 10, 2020

TFE LIVE #260: John Sangmeister (USA), consummate yachtsman and sailing leader/activist, is our guest Friday live via Skype from Long Beach, CA

Friday, January 31, 2020

TFE LIVE: Kimball Livingston (USA), celebrated author and junior sailing expert, is our guest today live in-studio

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

LRPP Statement with team-issued photos: "It’s a new boat and something like this can happen"

Monday, January 27, 2020

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#RSHYR: Top four maxis within 1.2NM; here’s the best Sydney Hobart race tracker, courtesy of

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO (#1157) — Shaping up to be another great race. Would you stay on the better angle, or jibe (gybe!) for the pressure to the east? And never forget that, at the end of this race, a river runs through it. It's anyone's race. And it's not just a race for "line honours" (first to finish), but the race for top boat under the applicable handicap(s). 


IMHO the best race tracker is here, courtesy of Windy: 


For those who have asked: SOG = Speed Over the Ground (in knots); DTL = Distance to Leader (in nautical miles); and DTF = Distance to Finish (in nautical miles).


Watch a replay of the start on yesterday's special TFE LIVE, that's already had over 5,500 views, over on our Sailing Illustrated Facebook page here.


More on the excellent Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race website here. The 74th annual edition of this epic race is hosted, as always, by the esteemed Cruising Yacht Club of Australia.




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